CULTURAL TROOP Tsooboi Ensemble has begun preparation to make a come back on to the cultural scene following a long break as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Its members have ejected hope in an electrifying pace as it prepares to tour the world when the ban on foreign travels are lifted.
According to the the leadership of Tsooboi Essemble, as Convid 19 pandemic sees improvement, it advise fans and everyone to abide by the safety protocols outlined by the World Health Organisation.
Since March, all event activities grand to a halt as world leaders sought. But after the government of Ghana announced the restrictiom on public gatherings, Tsooboi Emsembles announces its come back.
It is calling on its fans to watch out for their exciting performances as the prepare to make a giant return.
Prior to the outbreak of the pandemic, its dazzling performance during the 7th West African Clean Energy and Environment Trade Fair 2019 organised by Delegation of German Industry and Commerce in Ghana, was outstanding.
The leadership of the fast rising cultural troop left no stone unturned and are ending the year with positive sight in mind.
The group also stormed the Bronco and Kudegran beaches both in Ghana’s West African neighbouring country.
Led by Mr Alex Mensah and his magnificent team, Tsooboi Ensemble is being acclaimed for its fast rising nature while serving the masses with exciting tunes of music and cultural display.
The group’s music and performance was heavily influenced by West African music that is singing, drumming and dancing which is interlaced with some Western and Caribbean rhythms generated through various instrument to create a new ideal sound which we call it ‘Bamboree Jazz’ that can capture global audiences.
“Our motivation and inspiration comes from the idea of employing relatively unknown musical instruments and the opportunity to project our African heritage through our own created sound; ‘bamboree jazz,’ Mr Mensah noted.
All performing members of the ensemble are seasoned performers and instructor in Ghana.
The group has been performing together since 2008 on different platforms in Ghana are ready to launch unto the West African sub-region and the Global stage at large.
Their recent performances have seen them made their name in the cultural industry.
The adoption of the name ‘Tsooboi’ which is a jargon widely used among Ghanaians or in the local parlance to mean as instantaneous wake-up call to a task, was adopted to promote a Ghanaian company